Nissan Z SUV, Nio ES8, Cadillac Goddess: Reverse Week
Nissan showed off the student-built Z SUV, Nio revealed the redesigned ES8, and Cadillac confirmed the return of the Goddess logo. It’s Reverse Week, right here at the Automotive Regulatory Authority.
In a quiet week, Nissan shows off a one-of-a-kind design blends elements from the latest Z sports car with the second-generation Murano SUV. The exotic concoction is a project by students at Nissan Automotive Engineering College in Japan.
Chinese electric car brand Nio reveals two vehicles. One is a coupe-like SUV called the EC7, and its appearance means that Nio’s lineup now includes seven different vehicles. The other is the redesign of the ES8, Nio’s first mainstream vehicle. Both vehicles have batteries that can be swapped in seconds at Nio battery station.
Cadillac will soon revive its Goddess logowhich the automaker used to decorate the hood on various vehicles built between 1930 and 1956 and briefly on the 1959 Eldorado Brougham. This time around, the logo will appear on the Eldorado Brougham. some of the trim in the flagship Celestiq EV.
Volkswagen announced it will use the 2023 Consumer Electronics Show in January to introduces its next electric car. The car is expected to be a mid-size sedan previewed earlier this year by the ID.Aero concept car. Prototype for the sedan, possibly called ID.6 or ID.7, was previously detected test.
Gemballa may have built its reputation on wild upgrades to a range of Porsche cars, but the company is currently developing its own supercar. The car is promised to launch in 2024 with over 800 horsepower, and this week we saw a new teaser sketch of the exterior.